Mindfulness Meditation for Gratitude

Written by Lise Colucci

6 minutes of self-care ! I hope you enjoy this short meditation.

Thank you to Paul Weinfield for talking to me today and for his guided mindfuness meditation. Paul’s book, “The Magpie Art: Gathering the Brightness of Every Day” can be found at Amazon or many other retail locations online, or check your local bookstore. It is a really wonderful book with so much insight and beauty, I highly recommend it.

Thank you to Hillary Younger for the amazing image used during the meditation. Check out her work if you have not already!!

For information about Lise Colucci and how to schedule and appointment for coaching, group coaching you can find her here.

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  • Lise Colucci is an intuitive healer and certified life coach, as well as a certified narcissistic abuse recovery coach. She is a long-time admin and mentor for the SPAN Narcissistic Abuse Recovery Group, actively helping survivors of narcissistic abuse in the expansive community to learn and heal.

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